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Who built the Lost City of Machu Picchu?

 
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Apologies, I should have added the details when I posted.

The picture is of Taq-e Bostan, in Iran.

I think it's a good example which shows the 'flow' of what could be called building melt.

Another one from Bani Hasan, Egypt.
[imgur] [link to i.imgur.com (secure)]
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India is like that also. They, whoever they were, incorporated the natural landscape into temple complexes.
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It's very well possible that a lot of the 'natural landscape' in question are merely the burnt up and melted remains of those past megalithic buildings.

[imgur] [link to i.imgur.com (secure)]
Gebel al-Dist (Pyramid Mountain), Bahariya Oasis in Egypt

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Sherkala, Kazakhstan

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Factory Butte, Utah
(Lichtenberg figures?)
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I see those as natural erosion, but I know what you mean. I've seen pics (video) from Brien Forester in Peru of highly vitrified stone on temple walls.

It's possible in India they built near or on vitrified locations.

It's also possible that through Egyptian mythology there is an ancient practice to softening stone.

Could recipes such as the Peruvian 'Ayahuasca', and varied plants such as Egypt's sacred 'Blue Lily', or a certain type of what we refer to as psychedelic 'Mushroom', could have been used in a combination to 'soften' stone, making it pliable and or easier to carve?

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Fascinating topics for sure!
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Nah they just hit those...




But there are many sites that would be impossible that way...

Here i will give you a little hint.



Ever heard what Saser is? ;)
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I see those as natural erosion, but I know what you mean. I've seen pics (video) from Brien Forester in Peru of highly vitrified stone on temple walls.

It's possible in India they built near or on vitrified locations.
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No doubt!
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Maharashtra, India

Fascinating topics for sure!
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It really is! There was a time when this kind of thing was not even close to anything I would consider really interesting, but it feels like a flip switched in my perception and I can't look at anything the same again.

Thanks for making the thread and putting up with my picture dumps peace

Great pics, thanks!
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You're very welcome! Here's one I meant to upload as well but couldn't find at first.

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..but it feels like a flip switched in my perception and I can't look at anything the same again.
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Switch flipped*** haha
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India is like that also. They, whoever they were, incorporated the natural landscape into temple complexes.
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It's very well possible that a lot of the 'natural landscape' in question are merely the burnt up and melted remains of those past megalithic buildings.

https://imgur.com/oele8XC

Gebel al-Dist (Pyramid Mountain), Bahariya Oasis in Egypt

https://imgur.com/7NT3ruB

Sherkala, Kazakhstan

https://imgur.com/ZSXS9b7

Factory Butte, Utah
(Lichtenberg figures?)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 82740893


I see those as natural erosion, but I know what you mean. I've seen pics (video) from Brien Forester in Peru of highly vitrified stone on temple walls.

It's possible in India they built near or on vitrified locations.

It's also possible that through Egyptian mythology there is an ancient practice to softening stone.

Could recipes such as the Peruvian 'Ayahuasca', and varied plants such as Egypt's sacred 'Blue Lily', or a certain type of what we refer to as psychedelic 'Mushroom', could have been used in a combination to 'soften' stone, making it pliable and or easier to carve?

https://imgur.com/IVwnNkL


Fascinating topics for sure!
 Quoting: Humanitarianlike


These pictures are formations caused by the Sun, electric arcs that gauged the Earth.
 Quoting: NostraAnnus


Geological (volcanic) and meteorological events can make very fascinating structures.

The Eye of Sahara has recently become a YouTube thing about the Lost City of Atlantis.

But unfortunately for the wide-eyed producer it's actually most likely the result of a comet or asteroid impact.

Here Geologolyhub properly identifies it from what a pair of Algerian craters look like.


[link to www.youtube.com (secure)]

His channel has many wild geological formations tied to vulcanism, like Devils Tower and the stone hexagonal pillars elsewhere.

That said I have no doubt that our sun literally scorched earthen soil and rock in the deep past and more than once.
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I think it just goes to show that we still know very very little about the Earth's history and the history of our own civilizations.

Much of history is purely interpretation and speculation examining these old places based off what still exists and trying to guess what happened.

What we never get to see are things that no longer exist so it heavily skews our perceptions and we're just left with duct taping fragments of facts to create theories.

It's really fascinating! The world's such a big and ancient place. Tons of mysteries out there. Ancient groups all over the world made such megalithic things and no one seems to know how they did it. Personally I think the technology they had access to was way more than simple hand tools and not many historians consider that possibility. And there may be other civilizations we don't know once existed.
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Well there are rumors of archives like Gizeh or the Buzegi one… but as I said before we are NOT allowed to know…
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I think it just goes to show that we still know very very little about the Earth's history and the history of our own civilizations.

Much of history is purely interpretation and speculation examining these old places based off what still exists and trying to guess what happened.

What we never get to see are things that no longer exist so it heavily skews our perceptions and we're just left with duct taping fragments of facts to create theories.

It's really fascinating! The world's such a big and ancient place. Tons of mysteries out there. Ancient groups all over the world made such megalithic things and no one seems to know how they did it. Personally I think the technology they had access to was way more than simple hand tools and not many historians consider that possibility. And there may be other civilizations we don't know once existed.
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Much of the narrative Joe public is taught is 99+% BS

The ones who know what happened in the past do not want everyone on the planet knowing, a critical mind with open eyes can see through their false narrative.

There's nothing new under then Sun. As above so below, as within so without & all that jazz...
I saw it coming - it was an Inevitability

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I think it just goes to show that we still know very very little about the Earth's history and the history of our own civilizations.

Much of history is purely interpretation and speculation examining these old places based off what still exists and trying to guess what happened.

What we never get to see are things that no longer exist so it heavily skews our perceptions and we're just left with duct taping fragments of facts to create theories.

It's really fascinating! The world's such a big and ancient place. Tons of mysteries out there. Ancient groups all over the world made such megalithic things and no one seems to know how they did it. Personally I think the technology they had access to was way more than simple hand tools and not many historians consider that possibility. And there may be other civilizations we don't know once existed.
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I think some people know everything. but they also know history repeats. Either they don’t want to plot spoiler or trying to save there own skins?
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I think it just goes to show that we still know very very little about the Earth's history and the history of our own civilizations.

Much of history is purely interpretation and speculation examining these old places based off what still exists and trying to guess what happened.

What we never get to see are things that no longer exist so it heavily skews our perceptions and we're just left with duct taping fragments of facts to create theories.

It's really fascinating! The world's such a big and ancient place. Tons of mysteries out there. Ancient groups all over the world made such megalithic things and no one seems to know how they did it. Personally I think the technology they had access to was way more than simple hand tools and not many historians consider that possibility. And there may be other civilizations we don't know once existed.
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I think some people know everything. but they also know history repeats. Either they don’t want to plot spoiler or trying to save there own skins?
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That’s better
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South America was a major settlement location for the Anunnaki.

South America was Ninurta/Michael/Ares/Viracocha's territory.

He had a very large mining operation that operated there.

Most of the areas that are now deserts in South America were once the locations of major settlements that got destroyed during the reclaiming of Earth after Marduk/Ra/Thor/Lucifer's rebellion.

There's a lot of ancient stuff down there.

The Amazon was once host to a massive civilization after the Fall of Atlantis, when many of the Survivors fled there. The Poseidon line of Kings actually ruled the area after the Flood, one of the few surviving demigod bloodlines that were descended from Odin/Ea/Ptah/Poseidon himself, the creator of Earth and humanity.

Sadly that bloodline never recovered after the Flood of Noah.
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I think it just goes to show that we still know very very little about the Earth's history and the history of our own civilizations.

Much of history is purely interpretation and speculation examining these old places based off what still exists and trying to guess what happened.

What we never get to see are things that no longer exist so it heavily skews our perceptions and we're just left with duct taping fragments of facts to create theories.

It's really fascinating! The world's such a big and ancient place. Tons of mysteries out there. Ancient groups all over the world made such megalithic things and no one seems to know how they did it. Personally I think the technology they had access to was way more than simple hand tools and not many historians consider that possibility. And there may be other civilizations we don't know once existed.
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That's exactly right Rubysage and here's why.

Our planet has endured many solar micro-nova cycles. This in effect resets us to the Stone Age over and over like Groundhogs Day movie - except over tens of thousands of years.

The roots of our human tree go back 3 million years and in the last 1.5 million years solidified into the last 4 species. Cro-magnon was the last alteration, before US.

We hypothesize that it was the planet hopping advanced civilization from the 5th planet that jump started our DNA and built the great megalithic works. Miners with adavanced technology and we see their works in a lot of cave places that bear no answer for us in the last 40,000 years.

Archaic mining operations turned into elegant works or is that how they mined?

https://imgur.com/83gRucw


We know they were extremely talented and showed us such.

https://imgur.com/nlFbKol


The strong implication is that it was the demise of their planet that set into motion our solar micro-nova cycles, meaning they were not time impeded like we are now for technological advancements.

How much more advanced were they than us - one million years??
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One million years evolutionary. They weren't helped like they helped us. They're the true parents of this solar system.

Technology advances exponentially. Maybe they were only 100,000 years more technically advanced than us but that's saying a lot.

It took us 10,000 years to go from still being in the Stone Age to skyscrapers - multiply that by a factor of 10 for an idea.
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Construction workers?
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lol not like any construction workers you're aware of
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They are all the same thru the ages... Just their tools and techniques tend to vary...
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Not the same through the ages. These were planned/designed and constructed with a higher intelligent mind and technology than us today or any since. The completed work shows us that.
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Sure, and they were so advanced they only worked with stones. No fancy metals or other materials. Just stones, and didn't leave any remnants of anything else behind.
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lol not like any construction workers you're aware of
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They are all the same thru the ages... Just their tools and techniques tend to vary...
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Not the same through the ages. These were planned/designed and constructed with a higher intelligent mind and technology than us today or any since. The completed work shows us that.
 Quoting: Humanitarianlike


Sure, and they were so advanced they only worked with stones. No fancy metals or other materials. Just stones, and didn't leave any remnants of anything else behind.
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It's entirely possible for instance, that they used hemp for tools. Henry Ford built an automobile from hemp. Over time the Earth reclaims the tool. That's advanced eco-friendly construction.

There could have been metals tools, but where are they? We always leave a tool or two at our sites.
Perhaps the sites are so old that the solar micro-nova cycles washed them into the oceans? or they simply 'disappeared' in the solar radiation over time.
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They are all the same thru the ages... Just their tools and techniques tend to vary...
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Not the same through the ages. These were planned/designed and constructed with a higher intelligent mind and technology than us today or any since. The completed work shows us that.
 Quoting: Humanitarianlike


Sure, and they were so advanced they only worked with stones. No fancy metals or other materials. Just stones, and didn't leave any remnants of anything else behind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77850978


It's entirely possible for instance, that they used hemp for tools. Henry Ford built an automobile from hemp. Over time the Earth reclaims the tool. That's advanced eco-friendly construction.

There could have been metals tools, but where are they? We always leave a tool or two at our sites.
Perhaps the sites are so old that the solar micro-nova cycles washed them into the oceans? or they simply 'disappeared' in the solar radiation over time.
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We were highly advanced pre flood. The buildings were molded, 3d printed, laser cut... Sound and magnetism used to move them. No need for hemp tools.
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Not the same through the ages. These were planned/designed and constructed with a higher intelligent mind and technology than us today or any since. The completed work shows us that.
 Quoting: Humanitarianlike


Sure, and they were so advanced they only worked with stones. No fancy metals or other materials. Just stones, and didn't leave any remnants of anything else behind.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 77850978


It's entirely possible for instance, that they used hemp for tools. Henry Ford built an automobile from hemp. Over time the Earth reclaims the tool. That's advanced eco-friendly construction.

There could have been metals tools, but where are they? We always leave a tool or two at our sites.
Perhaps the sites are so old that the solar micro-nova cycles washed them into the oceans? or they simply 'disappeared' in the solar radiation over time.
 Quoting: Humanitarianlike


We were highly advanced pre flood. The buildings were molded, 3d printed, laser cut... Sound and magnetism used to move them. No need for hemp tools.
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They were highly advanced, however..

Molded, 3d printed, laser cut buildings?

The Great Pyramid of Giza wasn't manufactured that way.

Over 2 million stones individually molded including fossils? Way too much work. 3d printed limestone and granite?

They did cut the stones off of large blocks though to make lighter work. Cut stones not printed or molded. The base is partially the limestone bedrock mound they chose to build over.

They were masters of stone cutting. Another bedrock carved example.

https://imgur.com/VbO1z5i


And why would they make so many molds for all the gobal individual zig-zag custom cuts? That's not at all efficient.

https://imgur.com/sOcUeVr


3d printing/molding a modern home with same and/or similar sized blocks...maybe?

Today we use, in this order, plastic, powders, resins, metal carbon fiber, graphite and graphine, nitinol - but no limestone or granite.

Plus we know of many of the quarries used.
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People + Tons of cocaine = Machu Pichu. :)
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Around 1430, during the Pachacutec (1438 – 1470) campaign towards Vilcabamba, the Picchu Ravine was conquered by the first Inca of "Tahuantinsuyo" (Inca Empire). The location of Machu Picchu must have impressed the monarch due to its special characteristics in the sacred geography of Cusco, and for this reason, he ordered the construction of a city complex around 1450 on a mountain saddle between the mountains with highly luxurious civil and religious buildings. Machu Picchu is undoubtedly one of the greatest works of Pachacutec.
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Apparently the machine elves built the lost city of machu picchu.
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Apparently the machine elves built the lost city of machu picchu.
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Around 1430, during the Pachacutec (1438 – 1470) campaign towards Vilcabamba, the Picchu Ravine was conquered by the first Inca of "Tahuantinsuyo" (Inca Empire). The location of Machu Picchu must have impressed the monarch due to its special characteristics in the sacred geography of Cusco, and for this reason, he ordered the construction of a city complex around 1450 on a mountain saddle between the mountains with highly luxurious civil and religious buildings. Machu Picchu is undoubtedly one of the greatest works of Pachacutec.
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lol Academics

Macchu Picchu wasn't built by Inca's or anyone else in the 1400's.
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They will say that the martian bathroom door from the pic of yesterday were made by the same ancientard lost civilization. Just watch...
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Sure, and they were so advanced they only worked with stones. No fancy metals or other materials. Just stones, and didn't leave any remnants of anything else behind.
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It's entirely possible for instance, that they used hemp for tools. Henry Ford built an automobile from hemp. Over time the Earth reclaims the tool. That's advanced eco-friendly construction.

There could have been metals tools, but where are they? We always leave a tool or two at our sites.
Perhaps the sites are so old that the solar micro-nova cycles washed them into the oceans? or they simply 'disappeared' in the solar radiation over time.
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We were highly advanced pre flood. The buildings were molded, 3d printed, laser cut... Sound and magnetism used to move them. No need for hemp tools.
 Quoting: NostraAnnus


They were highly advanced, however..

Molded, 3d printed, laser cut buildings?

The Great Pyramid of Giza wasn't manufactured that way.

Over 2 million stones individually molded including fossils? Way too much work. 3d printed limestone and granite?

They did cut the stones off of large blocks though to make lighter work. Cut stones not printed or molded. The base is partially the limestone bedrock mound they chose to build over.

They were masters of stone cutting. Another bedrock carved example.

https://imgur.com/VbO1z5i


And why would they make so many molds for all the gobal individual zig-zag custom cuts? That's not at all efficient.

https://imgur.com/sOcUeVr


3d printing/molding a modern home with same and/or similar sized blocks...maybe?

Today we use, in this order, plastic, powders, resins, metal carbon fiber, graphite and graphine, nitinol - but no limestone or granite.

Plus we know of many of the quarries used.
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I don't believe they had moulds per say, I think they used some form of flexible mould possibly hemp cloth or such. The varying shapes and the interlocking nature was to withstand huge earthquakes during the pole shift.

The blocks of Machu Picchu, and also some blocks in Egypt were poured from geopolymer. You can see the nubs were the mixture was poured and they were levitated into place. The huge megalithic blocks in both Egypt and Machu Picchu are from an older civilisation still. Also baalbek, petra and lalibela.

The ziggurats in India look to me like they were printed by an anti gravity flying saucer or a giant 3d printing crane.

Lasers, levitation, geopolymer are all technologies we have today to varying degrees. We have a much longer hidden history than most people know. Machu Picchu has at least 3 different civilizations that built upon it.

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I can only surmise that basic physics and gravity were somewhat different in that era - all down to the electrical/plasma/mag state of the Earth and Solar system - they were probably larger and able to float and plasticise rocks just by organic energy techniques.

The Post-Atlantis Egyptians seem to have used some remnant hi-tech cutting equipment.
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I saw it coming - it was an Inevitability

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The Machupicchuians did LOL
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Machu Picchuans
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chuckle
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Either aliens creating a vacation spot or some natural inhabitants of earth far before our known timelines--same as the great pyramids and many other inexplicable structures.

People that think the Inca's built that stuff are dumb as a rock, gullible scum worthy to be led by Democrats.
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